High End Residential Project in Wadala
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Buy home decor accessories made of organic materials Since materials such as wood, fabric, clay, terracotta, jute, cork, rattan and bamboo are derivatives of nature, they are not harmful and can be used in homes without any synthetic treatment. Inviting these materials as Diwali wall decor, display items or any other decorative form can directly bring you closer to sustainability. And, of course, they look so much more stylish and attractive.
Experiment with a multitude of huesWhen you ask a person what they consider a feminine colour, pat comes the reply: “Pink.” I know many women who would scoff … that’s such a stereotypical notion, isn’t it? But if you truly adore bright hues – pink, red, peach, yellow – but are too shy to embrace a colourful style because you don’t want to be categorised, we say: forget the world and own it. Romance the colours that give you maximum happiness and turn your back on those who think otherwise … after all, it’s your house, your rules. So welcome them into your house – vibrant art, multicoloured trays, shimmering cushions, walls with tinsel paint, colourful fabrics, ceiling paints – whatever catches your fancy. See how the home owner here has unabashedly used pink in liberal quantities. The painted wooden bench with bright cushions, the cane chairs with pink seating and the wall art and centre table, all come together to create a charming image.